The Kingston biscuit consists of two individual, rounded, coconut biscuits with a chocolate cream filling. The Kingston Biscuit falls under the 'Delicious Creams' family of Arnotts' sweet biscuits. The Kingston is widely available in Australia, sold in most supermarkets in 200 g (7.1 oz) packages of twelve individual biscuits, or as one of the five biscuits in the Arnott's Assorted Creams 500 g (18 oz) variety pack. Commonly known to be named after the city located next to hobart, called Kingston.
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